Jeff Chanin and David Silbert overcame tough odds and high financial stakes to prove their client was innocent of kickback charges.
Winners helped to advance technological innovation and chance the law, handling work critical to the future of the technology and other industries.
While litigating a high-profile criminal economic espionage case, Stuart Gasner and his team were able to exclude an expert witness who submitted a report with major sections identical to Wikipedia entries.
Michael Celio led the defense of a renewable energy company and its CEO.
Ms. Ta was awarded the prestigious award, named for Joe Morozumi - activist, attorney and mentor to many APA and minority attorneys in the Bay Area.
The Daily Journal article features insights from Elliot Peters, on how current hacking laws allow prosecutors too much discretion.
California Lawyer recognized them for exonerating Ronald Ross, wrongfully convicted of attempted murder, and forced to serve nearly seven years of his 25-to-life sentence.
Paven Malhotra examines the implications 3-D printing holds for intellectual property rights.
Gun advocates claim the city's firearms ordinance was improperly approved and violates the Constitution.
BTI Consulting Group interviewed in-house counsel to determine which innovative attorneys are leveraging market changes to stand out with corporate counsel and deliver superior client service.
The award is presented to individuals who have made a profound impact on the field of white collar criminal defense advocacy.
On behalf of Google, Christa Anderson and her team successfully sued patent troll Beneficial Innovations Inc.
In a stunning order, Breyer entered judgment for Electronic Arts in a dispute with video game designer Robin Antonick, who had accused the company of cheating him out of royalties for the wildly popular Madden Football series.